Reflecting on 2015


This past year has been full of ups and downs for me (fortunately more ups, I think). I’m still recovering from the concussion I got in 2014, and although I’m doing much better than I was at the start of the year, when I couldn’t even use the computer, it still impacts my life and my writing more than I’d like (thank goodness for migraine meds).

Writing-wise, it’s been a brilliant year. I got an agent, started working almost-full-time as a writer, and got a book contract (squee!).

I also joined two amazing writer…I was going to say support groups, but that sounds too institutional…support networks, maybe? Which have helped me through the ups and down of this year. I went to two conferences, a SCBWI one and a CANSCAIP one, and got to meet lots of old and new writer friends in person.

I’m also proud of how this blog has grown this year. I’ve been posting regularly since February, hosted my first Logline Critique round (thanks to all who participated and made that such a roaring success!), and am already working on some fun and informative new posts for next year.

What about you? What did your 2015 look like? Join the discussion in the comments.


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